Installing Oracle Integration-3 Connectivity Agent
Oracle Integration Connectivity agent is a solution for hybrid integrations (public <-> private / on-premises). It works as a bridge between Oracle Integration and on-premises application. Allows SaaS applications to interact with on-premises applications.
Connectivity Agent components
The Oracle Integration connectivity agent has two following components:
1. SaaS Agent: It’s per instance agent run on an Integration instance to support communication with on-premises apps.
2. On-premises Agent: The Agent needs to be downloaded and installed in the internal network of apps such as Oracle EBS, Oracle Siebel, Oracle JD Edwards, third-party apps, etc.
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Key Points of Connectivity Agent
- No ports are opened on the on-premises system for communication.
- Communication between Oracle Integration and on-premises apps is secured using SSL.
- The on-premises connectivity agent registers with Oracle Integration over SSL using the provided Oracle Integration credentials.
- The on-premises connectivity agent regularly polls by making outbound requests through the firewall.
- The on-premises connectivity agent can use a proxy to access the internet.
- Data is not persisted in the on-premises agent.
Connectivity Agent in High Availability
The connectivity agent can be installed in high availability mode to prevent a single point of failure:
- Reduces the risk of a single point of hardware failure.
- Provides a reliable on-premise connectivity solution.
- Install connectivity agent on the separate machines to ensure High Availability
About Agent Group
- An identifier that represents the agent.
- Needs to be created in the Oracle Integration.
- Refer it while installing the connectivity agent.
- Use it during connection creation with on-premise apps.
Now, let’s look at how to install a connectivity agent end-to-end with the help of a short video. Click on the following link and watch the complete video:
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